Social Justice Standards Support
Inspired by the Learning for Justice Social Justice Standards1, the reference points that are bolded below can enhance your efforts to foster social justice in your educational spaces.
Develop recognition of diversity through author resources that reflect the complexity of ourselves and the world beyond.
Examine the importance of respecting other cultures and uniting instead of fighting with teaching ideas from Classroom Bookshelf for Thirty Minutes Over Oregon.
Respond to author Jasmine Warga’s reflection on what it means to have “home” be more of a feeling than a place in this Meet-the-Author Recording for Other Words for Home.
Analyze bias and injustice from history to present day through Book Guides, Activities, and Lessons.
Speak up against social injustice with support and empathy from the voices of authors.
1. Referenced from "Social Justice Standards: The Teaching Tolerance Anti-Bias Framework." Learning for Justice, https://www.learningforjustice.org/sites/default/files/2017-06/TT_Social_Justice_Standards_0.pdf.